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Temporary Closure during Coronavirus Concerns

Located at 126 West 12th Avenue in the Golden Triangle Neighborhood close to Denver Art Museum
Denver, CO 80204

After reflecting on the news, talking with friends and advisors, we’re taking a momentary break to help with “flattening the curve” during the Coronavirus outbreak. Our plans are to reopen when Government officials give us the go-ahead.

In the meantime, we’re happy to announce our “Downtown Live Stream at Mona’s” on Facebook every Friday evening at 6:00pm starting with this coming Friday, March 20th! Let’s spend time together chatting online about fashion and other things. We’ll have special guests including other Denver creative people and businesses to talk about “whatever”. This will also be a virtual shopping experience and we’ll be presenting you with special offers. Please tune in because we currently have a great eclectic and fun inventory and we’re still producing new designer scarves, tops, skirts, dresses and more every week (all designed by Mona and sewn in the Denver Metro area). We’ll ship direct to you!

Thank you and best wishes to my friends, family, clients, customers!
Remember – “You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep Spring from coming.” – Pablo Neruda

Looking forward to seeing you soon!

Shop Mona Lucero:

Yes, we’ve opened a great new boutique in the ️ of Denver!

Welcome to our new boutique!

Shop Mona Lucero
in Golden Triangle Creative District
126 West 12th Avenue (12th & Bannock behind the Denver Art Museum)
Denver, CO 80204


Here you’ll find everything that’s on and more…!


Wednesday & Thursday 1:00 to 7:00 pm
Friday & Saturday Noon to 7:00 pm
Sunday Noon to 5:00 pm

Have You Ever Wanted to Design a Dress on a Bridge? The Royal Gorge Bridge Experience

Have You Ever Wanted to Design a Dress on a Bridge?

The Royal Gorge Bridge Experience

I’m excited to tell you, that I just wrapped on a commercial for Royal Gorge Bridge in Southern Colorado. I was contacted, along with a painter and a composer/musician to create a piece on the bridge and to be inspired by it. I was a little nervous since I couldn’t shake the anticipation of draping a design, not just outdoors, but on a bridge high above water. Just standing there can give you the dizzies. Plus, there could be wind, rain, tourists…We explored one evening and then the next day, we started filming at 5:30 a.m. which means I woke up at 4:00…and we worked until sunset. We were lucky to be there before and after the Gorge closed, so we got to see the most amazing changes in the light. At the end of the day, the wind whipped up and the gown was hard to contain…but one of the coolest things was the use of the camera drone. We got to see a few takes of the drone flying in on us on the bridge. First we looked like moving specs and then as we came into focus, you could make us out as individuals as the other artists and I talked and began to explore the area. It was definitely a fun experience and I’m very thankful for it. 

P.S. The video should be coming out about the end of June – stay tuned! (UPDATE: Watch the video here >